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Backed by superior materials and rigorous testing, MOOG Super Strength® universal joints deliver reliable performance you can count on. MOOG problem-solving innovations ensure fast, hassle-free installation.


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WHAT ARE U-JOINTS?

A critical component of the suspension of rear-wheel and four-wheel drive vehicles, a u-joint is a cross-shaped part that allows for side-to-side movement of the driveshaft. Depending on the design of your vehicle, a u-joint can connect the driveshaft to the differential, join the driveshaft to the transmission or connect two driveshafts together. Think your u-joints have gone bad? Worn u-joints can cause damage to the vehicle’s transmission or other drivetrain parts. You may experience vibration, unusual noises, and difficulty turning your vehicle.

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